Cinco de Mayo

// May 8th, 2015
Cinco de Mayo
Freshman journalism major Thandi Ware takes a few swings at the piñata during the Cinco de Mayo celebration in Sneaky Park Tuesday. Hosted by the Latino Student Forum, students enjoyed free food, a photo booth, piñatas and DJ music. / photo by Michelle Leon  Read More →
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